Andrew Antoniou

b. 1951

Painter and printmaker Andrew Antoniou completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at the Winchester School of Art and a Master of Art at the Central School of Art, London in 1974. He has exhibited internationally in the United States, including Seattle from 1987 – 2001. Antoniou was awarded the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery Prize in 1988, the Warringah Art Prize in 1994 and the Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award in 1998. Antoniou has held teaching positions at the Sydney College of the Arts from 1991 – 1992, the College of Fine Art, Sydney 1990 – 93 and the Canberra School of Art from 1996. His work is represented in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria and the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford in the UK.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

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In Blog

2018 Finalist Andrew Antoniou – Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA)

Congratulations to Andrew Antoniou who has been selected as a finalist in the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA) at Grafton …

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‘A Painted Landscape’ Book Launch and Exhibition

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Graeme Drendel ‘Confessions’ – Tweed Regional Gallery

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Rona Green ‘In Fine Fettle’ – Solander Gallery, New Zealand

Rona Green  In Fine Fettle opens Wednesday 17 October from 5.30pm to 7pm at Solander Gallery, 218 Willis Street, Wellington, …

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